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1975 Ducati 750 Sport  ~  SOLD  ~
posted 1/08/2015 - sold 3/30/2015
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1975 750 Sport    -  SOLD  -

Good day,

It is here all about a running Ducati 750 Sport 1975

Summary and Location:

  • No need to present the Sport model, only acknowledged fans here.

  • The bike is in France, 1h away from Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium, in a town called Metz.

  • As a non-English native speaker, I apologize for English misspelling and errors.

  • But I can write emails and have phone calls without any translation problem.

  • The Ducati has its original and matching French papers, and its engine runs.

  • Please make a price proposal.

History:

My father bought in 1988 as is; he rode it quite a little along the years, something like 200 kms. I rode it something like 50 kms maximum, 5 years ago. He did not work on it, just oil and plugs changes. I always have seen the bike in the garage, so no intermediate owner or lack of history since 88. No history before 1988; I was 8 by the time and I have no maintenance bills or leaflet.

Technical details:

  • Frame 756715

  • Engine 757006

  • It is a real S, as the ID numbers show it. Not a GT conversion or some funny bitza.

  • The year of importation in France is 1975, which is also the year of first registration.

  • Fork is a 38 mm Marzocchi. Originally mounted in these last batches of Sport, or changed since the production of the bike, this is open for debate.

  • Lockheed callipers and brake line splitter.

  • Borrani rims.

  • Front WM2 1.85 19/40 RM 01 44 03 RECORD Made In Italy

  • Rear WM3 18 RM 01 4626/1 RECORD, Made in Italy

  • Original Conti cans. Some slight vintage imperfections and patina, but no rust.

  • The mileage is not guaranteed, but something around 40 000 kms.

  • Compressions are for both cylinders 155 PSI / 11 bars

  • Engine runs, it does NOT make any crazy dead crankshaft noise or dead bearing or connecting rod noise. Actually it sounds like in a pretty good shape, but a proper cleaning of the centrifugal cleaner would be a good idea. The bevels up and down look like new; the safety washers have never been removed.

  • A magnet is missing on the rotor.

  • The clutch works and does not slip, although it probably has a couple of flying hours behind him.

  • The gearbox does its job perfectly.

  • The steel fuel tank is original. It has a small dent at the top rear, has some rust and is leaky, but is manageable for restoration (welding, resin )

  • Carburettors are PHF 32 CS

For sure non original:

Seat, coming from a 450 Desmo; headlamp (Auteroche), Front brake pump; rear and front mudguards, instruments holder, Speedo (Smiths, from another Ducati), kick starter, rear shock absorbers. The frame has been chromed; to removal of the chrome and nickel has been quoted to me to 140 EUR VAT excluded.

Contact:

Feel free to email or call me for any question, further pictures and videos. Yes, I speak English although being French, known for being terrible foreign languages speakers. Best Regards.

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